Alison litigates employment disputes of all types before federal and state courts, the EEOC and the New York State Division of Human Rights. Her litigation experience ranges from defending individual claims of discrimination and breach of contract claims to representing clients in collective and class actions. Alison also counsels clients on various employment and labor issues, including employment and separation agreements, independent contractor and employee classifications, workplace investigations, and the drafting of effective employment policies and handbooks under federal, state and local law.
Prior to joining Mintz, Alison was an associate at a New York labor and employment boutique. In that role, she handled all stages of the litigation process and counseled clients on settlement offers. She has represented clients in New York State trial and appellate courts as well as federal trial and appellate courts.
While in law school, Alison worked as a trial advocacy intern at the Queens County District Attorney’s Office in Queens, NY and a legal intern in the Investigations Bureau of the Kings County District Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn, NY. She also served as a teaching assistant in the Fordham Legal Writing Program. She won the Archibald R. Murray Public Service Award for her pro bono and community services achievements.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Alison G. Renner